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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

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CATTLE MARKETS, AND FAIRS.

WELSH FAIRS AND CATTLE MARKETS.

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VOLUNTEERS FOR THE WAR.

SLINGS AND ARROWS.

DENBIGH.

STABBING AFFRAY IN HENLLAN…

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

STABBING AFFRAY IN HENLLAN STREET. DESPARATE QUARREL BETWEEN BROTHERS. At a special sitting of the Borough Police Court on Thursday, a man named William Dodd was charged in custody before W. Mellard, with having unlawfully wounded his brother Hugh Dodd, on the previous night in Henllan Street. Superintendent Jones, on behalf of the police, applied for a remand until to-day (Friday), and the application was granted. No evidence was tendered against the prisoner, but we are informed, after making inquiries, that the wounded man only nar- rowly escaped with his life. It appears that between six and seven on Wednes- day evening, the two brothers, who are natives of Rhosllanerchrugog, were eating their supper together in a house in Hilditch Yard, Henllan Street. A quanel ensued, and the prisoner, it appears, picked up some instrument, and struck his brother a violent blow with it in the face, causing a dangerous wound. The knife, or whatever the instru- ment was, cut clean through the cheek, and into the mouth. On being examined by Dr. J. R. Hughes, the latter found that the knife had penetrated close to the main ar- tery. Had the thrust gone a little further, the artery would have been severed, and the man, according to the medical gentleman above named, would have bled to death in a few seconds. The injured man was taken to the Infirmary, where he remains. Ser- geant Farrell, on hearing of the quarrel, went in search of the assailant, and appre hended him. It is said that Hugh Dodd, who is a well known character in the town was perfectly sober when the affray took place. On Friday, the prisoner was committed to the Assizes. A full report of the case will appear next week.

BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

DENBIGHSHIRE AND THE WAR.

♦ COUNTY POLICE COURT.

COUNTY SCHOOL.

Family Notices

WELSH MARKETS.